Haven't read the print version
Kornfield is very wise and calm, with an unsusally soothing voice.
Yes, they are all good.
This is definitely one of the funniest books/monologues I've ever listened to.
I haven't read or listened to much in this genre yet.
Sam Shepard is a superb performer of Spalding Gray, and a better speaker than Shepard. This was a genius pairing.
Eckhart Tolle is the absolutely best of his kind, followed by Alan Watts and Ram Dass.
The Power of Now is the culmination of all of Tolle's works. I've read them all, and this one seems to distill the essence of his teaching. It's priceless.
I thought I might like it and was taken in to purchase; I can't imagine who the right customer would be.
It's a silly campfire story not a guided meditation for adults
I like music.
That I wasted money.
An entertaining read. It tells a story of an exceptionally bright and motivated woman who moved up the corporate ladder by being her very best. The lessons from her corporate experience aren't very relevant to a small business owner like myself. But what woman doesn't fall for a true story about a woman who wins in end because she deserves to.
The book is generally interesting but the narrator talks as though his audience were were in about 5th grade; too golly gee-whiz isn't this amazing for adult taste.
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